This is Mussoorie’s second-highest peak and offers panoramic views of the Himalayas and the Doon Valley through a short cable car ride, which is just perfect for the elderly travellers.
The 3-kilometre road, named so because of a camel’s hump-like rock formation by the side, is a peaceful, gentle gradient, which is ideal for elderly tourists to enjoy the serene beauty of the mountains.
It is Mussoorie’s highest point and offers breath-taking views of the Himalayas. There are also telescopes available to enjoy a closer view of the mountains, thus providing for a rejuvenating experience.
About 15km further from Mussoorie, it offers a relaxing experience to elderly tourists with cascading water and lush green surroundings.
This serene waterfall is surrounded by dense forests and offers a rewarding experience to the elderly travellers. One can also hire local guides to enjoy a trek to the falls.
This is a birdwatcher’s paradise that is home to diverse flora and fauna. It is a perfect place for nature lovers and the elderly travellers to enjoy the serene surroundings.
Built in 1836, this is a neo-Gothic landmark that offers a glimpse into Mussoorie’s colonial past and is a popular destination for elderly travellers.
Landour Bazaar offers a nostalgic experience with its old colonial architecture. It is a perfect place to explore local artefacts and antiques at a leisurely pace.
Compiled By Himani Verma